Announced – Sony Ericsson txt

Earlier we told you of the new handsets from Sony Ericsson. The Sony Ericsson Ray and Active are now here, but so too is the Sony Ericsson txt – a device with a 2.6″ 240×320 screen screen and a 3.2 megapixel camera. It’s pretty squarely aimed at the young texters, emailers and “Facebookers”. It’ll be available in white, black, pink and blue and comes with a “Friends” app for checking your Twitter and Facebook mates easily.

Other specs include WiFi, stereo Bluetooth, FM radio, 3.5mm audio and a 1000mAh battery.


We’re currently trying to see what OS this is running as it may not be Android..

Announced   Sony Ericsson txt

Introducing Sony Ericsson txt
• Sony Ericsson txt integrates full QWERTY keyboard
• SMS shortcut key for faster messaging
• Friends application for greater social interaction

22 June 2011, Singapore – Sony Ericsson today unveils Sony Ericsson txt, an entertaining messaging phone. A sister phone to Sony Ericsson’s recently announced Sony Ericsson txt pro, Sony Ericsson txt has a full view QWERTY keyboard and a SMS shortcut key. The phone also features a “friends” application that enables users to see Facebook™ and Twitter™ updates at a glance from their top five friends.
Sony Ericsson txt is Wi-Fi™ enabled and comes equipped with a 3.2mp camera with video recording. The phone feels comfortable in the hand with a rounded back.

Quentin Cordier, Global Product Marketing Manager, Sony Ericsson said: “Sony Ericsson txt is the perfect phone for easy and fast messaging on the move. We wanted to give consumers that prefer a full view QWERTY keyboard an entry point into the world of Sony Ericsson.”
Sony Ericsson txt will be available globally in selected markets from Q3 2011.
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Sony Ericsson txt at a glance.
*Please note that all services mentioned below may not be available in every market.
Sony Ericsson txt
Colours White
Black
Pink
Blue
Facts Size: 106 × 60 × 14.5 mm
Weight: 95 grams
Camera 3.2mp camera
Send to web
Video recording
Audio recording
File container
Music Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
Media player
Music tones (MP3/AAC)
PlayNow™ service
TrackID™ music recognition
Internet Web browser (Obigo™ Q7)
Communication Call list
Conference calls
Facebook™ application
Friends application
Polyphonic ringtones
Speakerphone
Twitter™ application
Google Talk™
Vibrating alert
Messaging Text messaging (SMS)
Multimedia messaging (MMS)
Instant messaging
E-mail
Conversations
Google Mail™
Predictive text input
Sound recorder

Design Keyboard (QWERTY)
Picture wallpaper
Entertainment Java™
Radio (FM radio with RDS)
Video viewing
YouTube™
Organiser Alarm clock
Calculator
Calendar
Flight mode
Notes
Stopwatch
Timer
E-Manual
Phonebook
Setup guide

Connectivity Bluetooth™ technology
Micro USB support
WLAN (Wi-Fi®)
MediaGo™
3.5 mm audio jack
USB mass storage
USB High speed 2.0 support
USB support
Display 2.6 inches
262,144 colour TFT
240 x 320 pixels
Scratch-resistant
Memory Phone memory (user-free): Up to 100MB
Memory card support: microSD™, up to 32GB
Battery life Talk time GSM/GPRS: Up to 3 hrs 12 min*
Standby time GSM/GPRS: Up to 416 hrs*

Music listening time: Up to 23 hrs
Video playback time: Up to 5 hrs 15 min

*According to GSM Association Battery Life Measurement Technique. Battery performance may vary depending on network conditions and configurations, and phone usage.
Networks GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900
In the kit Battery (1000 mAh)
Charger
Micro USB cable for charging, synchronisation and file transfer, and user documentation.

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  • Anonymous

    It doesn’t look like Android.